by Brian Clarey


Greene Street Club ; 113 N Greene St., Greensboro; 336.273.4111;; 4 p.m.; $15, $10 advance

This fundraiser to benefit the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation rolls all day and night at Greene Street featuring a slate of local heroes including the Urban Sophisticates, House Of Fools, Holy Ghost Tent Revival, the Dickens, Pat Rock Band, Walrus, J. Timber, Farewell, Jonas Sees In Color, 100 Yorktown, Caitlin Watkins, Afika-NX and more. All the cool kids will be there.

Wed., Jan 27

PAST LIFE REGRESSIONS CLASS Integrative Life Solutions; 2511 Neudorf Road Suite G, Clemmons; 336.287.0061; www.; 7 p.m.; $20 Work, bills, traffic… there’s got to be more to life than this, right? Perhaps this is but one chapter in your centuries-long life. Perhaps in a past life you were once a mighty jungle warrior or a concubine slave or a factory owner during the Industrial Revolution. Or maybe you were just some schlub trying to make rent in your last life too. Find out tonight at Integrative Life Solutions through hypnosis-induced regression therapy.

Thurs., Jan 28

TRAVIS TRITT The Millennium Center; 101 W. 5 th St., Winston-Salem; 336.723.3700;; 8 p.m.; $35, $50

Grammy winner Travis Tritt make a rare appearance in the Triad at one of its most intimate venues, the Millennium Center in downtown Winston- Salem. The place has street cred galore, which should work just fine for the man who penned the songs “The Whiskey Ain’t Workin’” and “Here’s A Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares).” Cowboy hats are optional.

Fri., Jan 29

JAMES GREGORY The Carolina Theatre; 310 S. Greene St., Greensboro; 336.333.2605;; 8 p.m.; $25.50 James Gregory bills himself as “the funniest man in America.” Well, we can’t vouch for that, but we can say that his particular brand of homespun charm has influenced the likes of Ron “Tater Salad” White and Larry the Cable Guy. Gregory’s a bit older and classier, though. Let’s see if he’s allowed to smoke cigarettes on stage.

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Sat., Jan 30

GSO FRINGE FESTIVAL: SONG OF THE SIRENS The Broach Theatre; 520 S. Elm St., Greensboro; 336.378.9300;; 8 p.m.; $10 The Greensboro Fringe Festival showcases local, original works of theater and dance (see story page 38). Song of the Sirens has a little bit of everything. Penned by local artist Scott Fray and starring none other than our friend Foxy Moxy, it’s a retelling of Homer’s Odyssey with Sandy Blocker’s band Ankataa providing the soundtrack.

Mon., Jan 25

INTERNATIONAL CIVIL RIGHTS MUSEUM OPENING International Civil rights Museum; 301 N. Elm St., Greensboro; 336.274.9199;; 8 a.m.; FREE When four NC A&T College freshmen sat down at the Woolworth’s lunch counter 50 years ago and asked to be served, little did they know they would change the world. But that’s exactly what happened. Come celebrate integration and the universal struggle for human rights this morning, and maybe get a glimpse of another A&T grad, Jesse Jackson.

Tues., Feb 2

PRETTY THINGS BURLESQUE PEEPSHOW The Garage; 110 W. 7 th St., Winston-Salem; 336.777.1127;; 9 p.m.; $10, &8 advance The women of Pretty Things have traveled all over the country doing the ol’ bump and grind, and by now they’re pretty good at it. Part striptease, part carnival and all sexy, this one makes you realize that lap dances are for kids.

It’s definitely engrossing — I just spent like an hour at their website,, looking at stills of these glam gals. Pretty sure I’ll be there.

Wed., Feb 3

PENGUIN APPEARANCE Winston-Salem Children’s Museum; 390 S. Liberty St., Winston-Salem; 336.723.9111;; 11 a.m.; FREE with paid admission There will be a penguin at the Winston-Salem Children’s Museum this morning — or, at least, someone in a penguin suit. It happens just days after installation of the new traveling exhibit, What’s Your Story… Get The Message, which is about the news business. Penguins and news… we are so in.

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